What does the future have in store for Europe? Fires, riots, toppled governments and total destabilization — more or less as has happened recently in Ukraine, independent Poland-based journalist and publicist Konrad Stachnio predicts.
"Every time I see the old, good George Soros saying something about democracy and European values, I know that something is going to happen. This is the case in Ukraine, when George argued that democracy is the most important thing and when he says that European values are most important and that is why we must accept million refugees every year. How will it end? Probably as usual: fires, riots, overthrowing governments and total destabilization in Europe, more or less as it ended up recently in Ukraine," Stachnio emphasized in his article for New Eastern Outlook.
But "is the pillar of Europe also the mindless acceptance of everything and everyone, regardless of the real threat coming from Islamic fundamentalists coming to Europe from ISIL?" the journalist asked.
Stachnio pointed to a new disturbing trend emerging in Europe: people with a negative attitude to the refugee crisis and migration are being censured on social networks, particularly Facebook. Furthermore, there is evidence that some of those who vocally opposed immigration were arrested, while others are monitored via various 'foundations' and even fired from work for their anti-immigration remarks on Facebook.
Alas, there is a possibility that the "cake" proposed by "Soros and Co." is poisoned with Islamic fundamentalists hidden in it, Stachnio warned. The journalist pointed to the fact that the EU has virtually no means of distinguishing ISIL fighters from refugees.
"Today [the Islamic State] is able to forge any currency, and also any passport meaning those who have documents are not necessarily those who are in these documents. Moreover, many of these so-called refugees have wiped off their fingerprints. So how do you determine the true identity of the people that come to Europe? In addition, all databases in Iraq and most of the provinces and territories of Syria were in the hands of IS," Stachnio stressed, citing investigative journalist Witold Gadowski.
But what is currently going on in Europe is not about helping refugees: we are facing a social-engineering project that will inevitably lead to a new 'color revolution' in Europe, he highlighted.
"When trained, equipped with weapons and well-organized Islamic terrorists will come to Europe, Europe will be completely helpless. There will be riots, disputes, murders and demonstrations, that is, the so-called 'color revolution' on a European scale. In a word, a repeat of Ukraine," Stachnio noted.
Stachnio referred to prominent French politician and author Jacques Attali, an adviser to the United Nations and founder and first President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London from 1991 to 1993, who depicted a prospective history of the planet in the next 50 years in his book "A Brief History of the Future" (2006).
Curiously enough, the gloomy picture, drawn by Attali, and the refugee crisis which is threatening to engulf Europe have much in common.
"Coincidence? I do not think so," Stachnio remarked, "It seems that Europe will soon be destabilized à la the Middle East."
The bold social engineering experiment supported by Soros and Co. will result in the increased vulnerability of Europeans in relation to aggressive Islam and more conflicts. Eventually, Europeans will agree "on every top-down despotism," Stachnio underscored, adding that he hopes that his analysis in this case will be incorrect.